Dan Harmon apologizes for sexually harassing one of his Community writers

We’re making progress. Slowly but surely, the conversations are happening. Tough as they may be. As the #MeToo reckoning enters 2018, we’re moving past accusations and denials and toward making amends and making work and life better for us all. Dan Harmon (Community, Rick and Morty) closed 2017 with a Tweet offering up a mea […]

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Dan Harmon Delivers a Lengthy Apology to Former ‘Community’ Writer Megan Ganz on ‘Harmontown’

Last week, former Community writer Megan Ganz took to Twitter to call out Dan Harmon for what she found to be hypocritical behavior, given the sexist treatment Ganz received from Harmon while he worked as her boss on the NBC sitcom. “It took me years to believe in my talents again, to trust a boss when he […]

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“It Took Me Years to Believe in My Talents Again”: Read This Twitter Exchange Between Megan Ganz and Dan Harmon

It’s not easy to confront a powerful man who once belittled, sexually harassed, or assaulted you in the workplace – especially if the experience made you question your talents or affected your sense of self-worth and/or career path for years to come (and, of course, those experiences always do). So that’s why it’s so powerful […]

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“It Took Me Years to Believe in My Talents Again”: Read This Twitter Exchange Between Megan Ganz and Dan Harmon

It’s not easy to confront a powerful man who once belittled, sexually harassed, or assaulted you in the workplace – especially if the experience made you question your talents or affected your sense of self-worth and/or career path for years to come (and, of course, those experiences always do). So that’s why it’s so powerful […]

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‘Community’s Ghosts of Christmas

A Christian, Jew, pseudo-Scientologist, agnostic, atheist, Jehovah’s Witness, and a Muslim all enroll at a dysfunctional community college. How do they celebrate the holidays? No, this isn’t the setup to a particularly long-winded joke about religion or a public school Board of Education’s call to arms. Rather, this is an honest to goodness question posed […]

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